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Sunda Slow Loris
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Kopstein's Bronzeback
Singapore
 

 
     
   

Malay Civet
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Gold-spotted Mudskipper
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Malesian Frog
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 



Still going strong after 16 years, Ecology Asia now comprises over 650 factsheets about the wildlife of Southeast Asia. There's no ads, no gimmicks, no twitter feed, no facebook, no logins, no complicated menus and no annoying pop-ups ... just hundreds of pages of information and images of wildlife in a traditional, easy to navigate, website.

Want to know what that gecko was you just spotted in your house ... try your luck at identifying it on the lizards page (a warning ... it can get confusing !). Did you get a grainy image of a squirrel when you were out exploring the forest, and you wonder how rare it might be? Take a look at the small mammals page to see if you can figure out exactly what you saw.
   

 
 
   
  Sunda Slow Loris Nycticebus coucang at Panti Forest, Johor, Peninsular Malaysia
NICK BAKER & NOEL THOMAS.

  
  First record of King Cobra on Alabat Island, Quezon Province, Philippines
ROLLY C. URRIZA & EMERSON Y. SY.

  
  Observations on the nest of Woodworth痴 Frog Limnonectes woodworthi and predation of its eggs by ants
JAKE WILSON B. BINADAY.

  
  Buff-striped Keelback Amphiesma stolatum at Kaeng Krachan, Thailand
CHARLES CURRIN.

  
 
 
   
  

Last update : 12th June 2018
 

  
  Hope for Virachey, a Blacklisted Cambodian Park?
  An Environmental Report Card for Southeast Asia
  Geneticists: It痴 time to mix the Sumatran rhino subspecies
  Trouble on Sumatra痴 East Coast
  Roads pose bigger threat to SE Asian forests, biodiversity than previously thought
  Singapore set for third straight haze-free year
  Natural gas project that promised economic boom leaves PNG in 層orse state: report
  Indonesian activists protest China-funded dam in Tapanuli Orang Utan habitat
   

(For links to older news articles, search the news links)

 


In addition to the main website, Ecology Asia also hosts a simple online journal entitled 'Southeast Asia Vertebrate Records (SEAVR)' - click here to learn more.  These short papers are informative and easy to read. They will, hopefully, play a role in documenting interesting wildlife finds made by amateur nature enthusiasts, like myself, as well as 'short-note' documents by professional researchers.


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Thanks to : Sophia Sak Baker, Andie Ang, Chan Kwok Wai, Marcus Chua, Charles Currin, Vilma D'Rozario, Christine Fletcher, Horst Flotow, Con Foley, Graeme Guy, Dave Haylock, Tim Jackson, Law Ingg Thong, Law Ing Sind, Benjamin Lee, Leong Tzi Ming, Joseph Lim, Kelvin Lim, Norman Lim, Lioe Kim Swee, Celine Low, Shawn Lum, Ng Bee Choo, Tony O'Dempsey, Mark O'Shea, Bruce Paterson, Timothy Pwee, Subaraj Rajathurai, Stephen Richards, Morten Strange, Serin Subaraj, Ria Tan, Andrew Tay, Robert Teo, Noel Thomas,  Yeo Suay Hwee  ... I get by with a little help from my friends.
 

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